Car Interior Protection North Pole AK

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Alyeska Fleet Management Facility
(907) 450-5369
3311 Lathrop Street
Fairbanks, AK
Certifications
Blue Seal Certified
Membership Organizations
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

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Ricks Automotive & Transmission
(907) 490-6020
2944 Saint Nicholas Drive D
North Pole, AK
 
J and G Diesel and Service Shop
(907) 452-7379
PO Box 56337
North Pole, AK
Services
Truck Auto Body,Truck Parts

Ricks Automotive and Transmission
(907) 488-0578
3178 Monkshood Ln
North Pole, AK
 
Interior Auto Body, Incorporated
(907) 488-7363
1091 Vincent CT
North Pole, AK
 
Collision Masters
(907) 451-8456
4061 Bradley Court
Fairbanks, AK
Certifications
Blue Seal Certified
Membership Organizations
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

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Amy Tucker
(907) 488-0967
2610 Clydesdale Dr
North Pole, AK
 
Battle Enterprises
(907) 488-5901
P O Box 57002
North Pole, AK
 
Pro Pilot Cars
(907) 488-1598
P O Box 56817
North Pole, AK
 
Red Barn Automotive
(907) 490-7301
3768 Gretas Ln
North Pole, AK
 
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How to Protect Your Car's Interior

By DriverSide Staff

2011 Chevrolet Malibu

Try to add up the hours you spend in your car. It’s a lot, isn’t it? Commutes, errand runs and road trips can have you sitting in those bucket seats for hours on end, and during that time, you and your passengers are actually living in the interior. That means smudges on the windows, scratches on the dash and food in the seat crevices accumulate and leave you wondering what happened to the spotless interior you swear it had when you first bought the car.

A Quick Clean
Luckily, it’s not that difficult to keep a car’s cabin from looking a little too, well, lived in. First things first, get something to stuff your trash into. Just use a plastic bag or a container you don’t use around the house and throw it in the backseat. You can even affix a temporary hook to the door or seat to keep things even neater. Every once and awhile, take it out and relish in the fact that you haven't spent an hour cleaning up. Keeping trash off the floor also preserves your carpets, which can get stained from any number of items.

The idea of taking a rag to your dash and leather seats is made easier if you have them on-hand. The key here is to just use a little bit of soapy water to wipe the surfaces of your car – some cleaning products contain alcohols that prematurely dry and age the materials by reducing the flexibility in the vinyl. Store a small spray bottle of your homemade cleaning fluid and a rag under your seat or in a storage bin for access when you’re waiting for your kids to get out of school or sitting in that crazy-long drive-through line. This will also come in handy when an emergency spill happens. Lastly, keep your car smelling like roses (or at least a laundromat) by adding dryer sheets under the seats. 

Weather Resistant
You can’t discount the impact weather has on your vehicle either. In summer, sandy feet can quickly make a mess of an ...

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